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of michael jackson's immediate family. you're not going to believe this one. >> 16 years old by the way. >>> later on one mother in her special delivery. two separate sets of twins. who are these boys and why are they so rare? you're watching "world news now." >>> "world news now" weather brought to you by lunesta. where sleepless nights yield to restful sleep. and lunesta®(eszopiclone) can help you get there. like it has for so many people before. when taking lunesta, don't drive or operate machinery until you feel fully awake. walking, eating, driving, or engaging in other activities while asleep, without remembering it the next day, have been reported. lunesta should not be taken together with alcohol. abnormal behaviors may include aggressiveness, agitation, hallucinations, or confusion. in depressed patients, worsening of depression, including risk of suicide, may occur. alcohol may increase these risks. allergic reactions such as tongue or throat swelling occur rarely and may be fatal. side effects may include unpleasant taste, headache, dizziness, and morning drowsiness. ask you
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by cbs of super bowl xlvii, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: we are in jackson square at historic new orleans just down want road from thesuperdome, wherecc1: baltimore ravens and the san francisco 49ers are going to face off this evening. we're joined by the commissioner of the national football league roger goodell, plus our cbs sports broadcast team, jim nantz, phil simms, who will be calling the game tonight. and hall of fame wide receiver and cbs analyst shannon sharpe, who seems to me the only guy here today wearing some super bowl rings. >> i thought occasion warranted me bringing out the big diamonds. >> schieffer: mr. commission, i thank you for being with us. some very serious questions now that are on your plate. the president of the united states said he's not sure he'd want his kid to play football if he had a son. what is your reaction to this? would you want your children to play football now if-- >> absolutely. i have twin daughters, just like the president. and i'm concerned when they play any sport. the second highest incidence of concussions is actua
was paid $2.5 million to perform which she didn't. michael jackson older son prince landing his first job. the 16-year-old will be a special correspondent on entertainment tonight. the move, a good one for jackson says he would like to follow his famous father's footsteps. >> police have the right to arrest the mentally ill on the street for skipping their medication. it's a question that has come up several times in the wake of multiple mass shootings and subway attacks. new york city police are taking one step past that. they are putting most wanted list of mentally ill patients and officers plan to arrest them. what would our constitution say about that? judge napolitano joins us now. >> you always give me the easy questions. >> gretchen: we might have a lively discussion, it's an issue that is complicated. if i come to new york city, you see mentally ill people walking on the streets many of them homeless and its dire situation. you say that rounding them up and rescuing is unconstitutional? >> it's clearly unconstitutional because the constitution says the only way i can arrest someo
made sure they'll be there no matter what it takes. >> it's complicated. we're flying into jackson, mississippi. we're driving three hours to -- >> new orleans. >> we're not staying in new orleans. biloxi. which is an hour and a half outside of new orleans, and then driving into the game, so we have to find somewhere to stash the car, take public transit. there will be a lot of driving. >> it was pretty last minute. taking my dad. he had to get a separate flight so he's leaving out of oakland and we're both going through houston so we're going to meet up there and we get into new orleans tonight. >> it was really hard because we have two small kids and we left them behind so we could go. that shows you how excited we were. >> reporter: wyle fans breathed a sigh of relief, tickets to the game are getting cheaper on sites like stubhub.com as we get closer to sunday. some, like this father and son team, got it all together early. >> we went on line, bought ticket, made airline reservations, hotel reservations. >> reporter: you are the most organized people we met all day. >> we try. >
whitaker or jim mackay or keith jackson, crist, these were heroes and they were never trying to overshadow the game. they had an el consequence and elegance in the way that they presented a broadcast. they had this little undercurrent of storytelling and knowledge they shared with you, and a warmth that made you feel like gosh, it's nice to have them in our home, you know, they are a friend. and every great broadcast has had some time to get that connection where people want you in their home. you're the person that they want to consider as their guide and their eyes and their ears and their heart. >> rose: . >> and how do you do it. >> i think you just try to really be yourself. you have it, charlie. i don't want to embarrass you here but we had thiswonderft commander's palace, beautiful dinner the other evening. and we had a lot of people there including the harbaughs. and the biggest story in the room is when you walked in because everyoneel like they we wth arien that they always, a friend that they had never met but was a member kind of the family that is a real gift. i aspire to have
of severe weather heading to them. tallahassee, florida, have had 5 inches of rain. new orleans, jackson, mississippi. there will be severe weather down there. for us, high pressure likes it out here. 30s 40s to near 50 at half moon bay. it's 50 in san francisco. there's the component of that offshore breeze. the offshore breeze, if you are in the 30s, you have 20s windchill factor. ism saw that in livermore and napa's north fund, that comes off the hills. it's kind of breezy to blustery, but that all goes offshore. that means temperatures warming up. a northeasterly breeze. all put in place. this might be the coolest day of the week. sunny and breezy. cold morning, not for all, but mor most. 60s for many. i think these will be in the 60s. oakland, warming up. 63. same for santa cruz. gilroy is in there. san jose, 61 and 62 half moon bay, 60 san francisco. redwood city. san carlos in there. i'm sure there will be patchy fog but the trend is cooler. >>> we're continues to follow breaking news out of wilmington, delaware, where three people have died in a courthouse shooting. officials see
, and he plans to visit the area this morning. ross adams of our jackson affiliate, wjtv is in hattiesburg. >> reporter: i'm standing here at the alumni house on the campus of the university of southern mississippi, which suffered major damage. just to give you an idea here's a picture of what this building looked like before the tornado blew through. unfortunately, there are similar scenes of devastation all across the region. the monster tornado whipped up large chunks of debris as it reportedly ripped through at least four mississippi counties sunday. >> oh, my god. i've never seen a tornado before in my life. >> reporter: witnesses say it was nearly a mile wide. >> people's lives being destroyed right now. >> reporter: the twister roared down one of the main streets in the town of hattiesburg. >> it's hit the interstate! >> reporter: knocking out power and damaging just about everything in its path. buildings ripped to shreds. cars overturned. and even the local red cross center destroyed. >> oh wow. that's coming towards us guys. >> yeah, it is. >>
for several blocks, before ending at jackson street. there will be extra muni service on the l-taraval and n-judah lines. the subway will stay open late - until about 1-am. and there are numberous muni bus lines that will be re- routed because of the parade. >> reporter: for the millions of people that are all out here you are going to see a lot of this it is clear. 300 lbs. of glitter on all of these folks. you can see in the distance, the final touches been put on the slopes. this is just one of many. of these cloud floats --they would line up to one- quarter of 1 mi.. this evening. some are still being worked upon. in the distance, they are still working on the floats.. over 2 mi. of shiny paper in addition to all that glitter. this is a big production. and you say that this is the mcdonald's floats and these three children are the child pictures of the adults that actually assembled this float we will hear from the creators of these that is coming up at 8:00 p.m. reporting live, j.r. stone, kron 4 news. >> jacqueline: clear skies but we do have the increase clouds with a system overnight
to new orleans. it is something a lot of people have difficulty mastering. >> jackson square a feast for the senses. the sounds, colors and textures pull you in take you to another place. >> the arts are wonderful so much fun unique to the city. it's a great time. come down you really get to meet the artists see them working. it's fabulous. oo behind eep of these artists is a story for painter rick fox it's a story of rebirth. he chooses to make something beautiful from tattered debris left my devastating hurricane. >> this painting is a branch from the banks of the mississippi river. what you are looking at here is a child's desk top. you are looking at tar from a house in tremain. a lot of items i find are really tattered and i do reconstruction to save the item. going through storms and the hardship, it's similar to our lives. we have to piece it back together no matter what the damage is. >> the positive vibe comes from new orleans like a catchy tune it stays with you. >> it seems like a celebration of life here. always up beat. never gloomy in new orleans. everybody is having a
of jackson. an observer shot these pictures. look at that. a large funnel cloud moving. multiple buildings around the town are damaged. at least a dozen of people are injured. university of southern mississippi campus was hit. describe for us how bad it was and how bad it is. we can see a little bit behind you of some of that damage. >> reporter: i'll describe for you how bad it was as you take a look at how bad this building is. first, this is the ogletreehouse on the campus of university of southern mississippi. it started out 100 years ago as the home of the president of the college. now it's the alumni association's homes. you see piles of bricks here, and some parts of this building still intact. chairs, tables, degrees hanging on the walls. to talk about how bad it was, when it came through early sunday evening, it's described as being 3/4 of a mile wide just charging through this town. we've spoken with the cops here touring this area. a few miles away, there's the oak grove high school. there's damage there. this stayed in town and on the ground for some time. as it relates to inju
the weather service out of jackson, mississippi surveying the damage. they found 140 mile per hour winds so far, ef 3, and they said at least. that's what they put in their last statement on twitter. at least 140. we have much more to see, they said. this storm is a long track tornado. this may have been on the ground 40 or 60 miles. it went over oak grove high school. i saw pictures of that earlier. then just to the south, right along hardy street and university of southern mississippi. even took out an ace hardware. this continued off to the northeast, by that time the chasers couldn't get to it, there was so much damage on the ground they couldn't drive over it. they couldn't keep up with the storm. this is the danger in a southern storm. there's a lot of trees down, power lines down. and you need to be very careful when trying to chase these things or don't do it at all. because there are professional chasers doing it for you. >> thank you. quick look at today's top three videos. number three, carnivale time in rio, our crews catching up with the celebration. and carnivale, one of the b
. and that was when janet jackson had the wardrobe malfunction. she was doing her little song and dance with justin timberlake at the end he said i'm going to you have naked by the end of this song. rips off what was supposed to be just the black leather part. there is. >> do we have video of that? >> hey, come on, come on. >> but my favorite part of all of this was the fallout from all of it. do you remember? it was nuts. and she only spoke about it one time janet did. she went on oprah and talk about it you know i wear my pasties, it was an accident. she took a lot of the blame for it and justin timberlake didn't take hardly any of the blame for it 50/50, it was partially her and partially me and she got a lot more blame. >> oh, what a boob. >> i liked the fallout. >> let's check in with brian at the super bowl. was it not a wardrobe malfunction? what was your favorite are. >> i think anna should go into more detail about the halftime it was more than your description of the moments from the game. >> true. >> i was there and it actually lasted longer it was kind of interesting. my moment because
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